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Bees & fruit : important part played by bees in the fertilization of blossoms : evidence pro and con (1893)

Author: A. I. Root Company
Subject: Bees; Fertilization of plants by insects; Fruit-culture
Publisher: Medina, Ohio : A.I. Root
Language: English
Call number: SF523
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Cornell University Library
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Collection: cornell; biodiversity; americana

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Reprint of a "Symposium on Bees and Fruit" first published in the Jan. 15th and Feb. 15th issues of Gleanings in bee culture

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